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Trent XWB  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 22 December 2014
Total Production: 1,566
Unitary Cost: USD$20 million
Also Known As: Trent 1700, Trent 1711, Trent XWB-84 and Trent XWB-84 EP
Origin: United Kingdom
Corporations: Rolls-Royce
Parent System: Trent XWB
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 22 December 2014
Total Production: 1,926
Total Cost: USD$12 billion
Family Members: Trent XWB-97
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Description: The Rolls Royce Trent XWB, originally called the Trent 1700, is the sixth member of successful Trent family of engines and was launched to power the Airbus A350 XWB family of commercial airplanes. Rolls Royce and Airbus reached an agreement on this new engine in October 2005 in parallel with the official launch of the A350 aircraft. Trent XWB engine family will be rated at 75,000 to 97,000 pounds of thrust.

The Rolls Royce Trent XWB, also known as the Trent 1711, is rated at 84,000-lb (up to 92,000-lb possible) of thrust and will be the first available engine model of the new Trent product line. It will enter service by 2013 powering the Airbus A350-800 and A350-900 variants.

Trent XWB Applications


Airliners Airbus A350-800 Airbus A350-900 Airbus A350-900ULR

Trent XWB Specifications

Weight
Thrust: 84,000 pound (38.1 ton)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Trent XWB News

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Wednesday, September 6, 2017United Airlines Increases Number of Rolls-Royce Trent XWB Engines on Order
Tuesday, June 20, 2017Ethiopian Airlines Places Order for 10 Additional Airbus A350-900 Aircraft
Ethiopian Airlines Selects Rolls-Royce Trent XWB Engine to Power 10 A350s
Wednesday, April 26, 2017China Southern Airlines Places Order for 20 Airbus A350-900s
Tuesday, September 6, 2016Vietnam Airlines Signs MoU for 10 More A350-900 XWBs
Vietnam Airlines Signs Agreement for 10 A350 XWB Aircraft Powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB Engines
Monday, July 11, 2016ALC Places Order for Three Airbus A350-900s and One A321
Wednesday, June 29, 2016Ethiopian Airlines Takes Delivery of its First A350 XWB
Monday, May 30, 2016Cathay Pacific Airways Becomes New Operator of the A350 XWB
Friday, April 29, 2016Philippine Airlines Finalises Order for up to 12 Airbus A350-900s

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Brazil74
Engines powering Synergy Aerospace's 10 A350XWBs; TAM 27 A350-900s (54 engines)
China162
Engines powering BAA Jet Management A350XWB Prestige (1 aircraft); Cathay Pacific Airways 14 A350-900s (28 engines); Air China 10 A350s (20 engines); China Eastern Airlines fleet of 20 A350-900s (40 engines); China Southern Airlines fleet of 20 A350-900s (40 engines)
Ethiopia44
Engines powering Ethiopian Airlines' 22 A350-900s (44 engines)
Finland38
Engines powering Finnair's fleet of 19 A350XWBs (38 engines)
France50
Engines powering Air France-KLM fleet of 25 A350-900s (50 engines)
Germany50
Engines powering Lufthansa fleet of 25 A350-900s (50 engines)
India40
Engines powering Kingfisher Airlines' fleet of 20 A350-800s
Indonesia60
Engines powering Garuda Indonesia fleet of 30 A350XWB
Japan36
Engines powering Japan Airlines fleet of 18 A350-900s (36 engines)
Kuwait44
Engines powering ALAFCO's fleet of 12 Airbus A350 XWBs; Kuwait Airways 10 A350-900s (20 engines)
Malaysia20
Engines powering AirAsia X's 10 Airbus A350s
Mauritius8
Engines powering Air Mauritius fleet of four A350-900s (8 engines)
Philippines12
Engines powering Philippine Airlines fleet of six A350-900s (12 engines)
Qatar86
Engines ordered by Qatar Airways to power its fleet of 43 Airbus A350 XWB airplanes.
Singapore148
Engines powering Singapore Airlines' fleet of 74 Airbus A350-900s (148 engines)
South Korea60
Engines powering Asiana Airlines fleet of 30 A350XWB
Spain32
Engines powering Iberia fleet of 16 A350-900s (32 engines)
Sri Lanka8
Engines powering SriLankan fleet of 4 A350-900s (8 engines)
Sweden16
Engines powering SAS fleet of 8 A350-900s (16 engines)
Taiwan28
Engines installed on China Airlines' Airbus A350-900 fleet (14 aircraft 28 engines)
Thailand32
Engines powering Bangkok Airways' Airbus A350XWBs (4 airplanes 8 engines); THAI 12 A350s (24 engines)
United Arab Emirates202
Engines powering Emirates' A350 XWB fleet (100 engines for 50 A350-900s) order cancelled in June 2014; DAE Capital's fleet of A350 XWB (60 engines for 30 A350s); MAZ Aviation (12 engines for 6 A350 Prestiges); Etihad Airways (65 airplanes 130 engines)
United States of America306
Engines ordered by US Airways to power 22 Airbus A350-800s; CIT Group to power 17 A350s; ILFC to power 20 A350s; Hawaiian Airlines fleet of six A350-800s (12 engines order cancelled in December 2014); United Airlines to power 45 A350 XWBs (90 engines); ALC to power 24 A350-900s (48 engines); Delta Airlines 25 A350-900s (50 engines)
Vietnam20
Engines powering Vietnam Airlines fleet of 10 A350-900s (20 engines)
Yemen20
Engines powering Yemenia Airways' 10 Airbus A350 XWBs

Grand Total 1,59625
 
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